About a month ago, the White Salmon City Council played host to a company called United Bridge Partners (UBP), who presented a proposal and gave a presentation on what they could do to replace the 93-year-old Hood River/-White Salmon Bridge.
Orbital Corporation Limited of Perth, Australia confirms the establishment of a purpose built facility to support the company’s unmanned aerial vehicle operations
William Gross scored a game-high 15 points and Reed Davis had 10 last Saturday as Columbia High snapped a two-game losing streak with a 64-39 non-conference win at Highland.
Red Tail Collective is officially opening at 121 N Main Ave., in White Salmon, with a Holiday Gathering featuring authentic Bavarian Fire Wine on Saturday, Dec. 16, from 1 to 6 p.m.
In Skyline’s continued effort to provide the best and highest-quality of care, it recently partnered with Northwest Emergency Solutions – an emergency physician group – to manage and help staff its Emergency Department
Prior to the Thanksgiving holiday break, Hulan L. Whit-son Elementary school students held a canned food drive in which they collected nearly 700 cans to donate to community food banks. “683 cans total,” said School Principal Todd McCauley.
A trio of Columbia High seniors won weight class titles and the CHS boys finished fourth in team scoring last Saturday at the Three Rivers Classic in Longview.
“Before I Die” walls have sprouted up throughout the Gorge over the last four years.
On Wednesday, Nov. 29, visitors got their first glimpse of Multnomah Falls following the Eagle Creek Fire, as Multnomah Falls Lodge reopened to the public.
Dec. 2 marked the 43rd annual Wassail celebration at the White Salmon Valley Community Library.
Monday marked the beginning of a new trimester at Columbia High School and the beginning of a new adventure for robotics class students to embark on.
Columbia Gorge CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates introduces its newest child advocates: Becky Bell, Hood River; Taryn Tkach, White Salmon, and Daylon Donnelly, Antonio Marconi and Michael Wacker, all of The Dalles.
Student athletes from All-Trico League football and volley ball given special recognition.
Winter storms can range from a moderate snow over a few hours to a blizzard with blinding, wind-driven snow that lasts for several days.
Busy workers (including Izak Riley and Ryan Kreps who operated the equipment, and Celynn Vandeventer, Fred Simonson, Steve Gibson and Tammara Tippel, Mt. Adams Chamber of Commerce executive director) spent Saturday moving the Community Partners cargo pod and the Chamber shed from directly behind the Mason hall to the backside of that same lot.